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The beginner's probe with a very low weight. With a 240 cm length the Ortovox Economic weighs just 230 grams. This is achieved by an aluminum tube with a diameter of 11 mm. The probe is stretched classically with a screw cap, in which the Kevlar draw line is clamped. The burial depth can be read on the probe segments. Depth lables. Kevlar tensioning system. Screw-type fastener
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
The Ortovox 240cm Economic Probe offers full functionality at an affordable price. The aluminum probe segments indicate depth, while the conic tubes and express screw fastener allow for quick assembly when time is of the essence. The oversized head bores a hole wider than the main probe body, preventing it from freezing in place and getting stuck, and he durable KEVLAR cord won't break under stress.
Ortovox 240 Economic Probe FEATURES of the Ortovox 240 Economic Probe PFA-Assembly system Grip sleeve made of EVA-foam Quick-Release cover Depth markers Kevlar draw line Field: Beginners SPECIFICATIONS of the Ortovox 240 Economic Probe Length: 240 x 40 cm Weight: 230 g Diameter: 11 mm ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.
The beginner's probe with a very low weight. At a 240 cm length the Ortovox 240 Economic Avalanche Probe weighs just 230 grams. This is achieved by an aluminum tube with a diameter of 11 mm. The probe is stretched classically with a screw cap, in which the Kevlar draw line is clamped. The burial depth can be read on the probe segments. Like all Ortovox probes, the 240 Economic is delivered with a practical quick-release cover.
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